Green Pepper is run by David Green, an experienced writer, manager, researcher and trainer; and also a trade unionist.

David has twenty-five years direct experience of employment relations issues, and authoring guides, briefings and booklets. He has worked for membership organisations as an education officer, a research officer, press officer, and most recently as a national officer with a professional association and trade union.

“David Green writes with the authority of many years working alongside employees and employers; he has succinct and useful messages, made with a clear and committed voice.”
Anthony Lawton, Chair, Joyce Carr Doughty Trust ; and former CEO, Centrepoint

David has written and delivered courses for managers, voluntary sector workers, teachers and trade union representatives. He has a sound knowledge of UK employment law and HR best practice, drawn from his roles as an advisor, advocate and also manager. He has also written booklets and run courses on dealing with grievance and disciplinary problems and well-being; and on a range of employment relations issues from employment contracts to using social media safely.

“I have attended many of David’s training events over the years. His inclusive style, friendly approach, and obvious knowledge make each event both enjoyable and extremely useful.”
Karon Phillips, Senior Consultant, Citrus Consultancy

David was chair of the national Further Education Safety and Health Forum (FESH) from 2011 to 2015; and previously has worked with MPs on policy initiatives including the national minimum wage and parental rights.

Please contact David for further information.

“David is an inspiring manager, leading through example, with a considered, well informed perspective on a range of educational and society issues. His delivery of training is respected within the sector: insightful and pertinent, concise yet all encompassing. He is able to draw opinions from reticent participants, but always in a thoughtful way, and to manage difficult situations or personalities empathetically and sensitively.”
Darren Smith, Regional Officer, Association of Teachers and Lecturers